Code 0 – No More Valued
People who maintain data between Microsoft
Windows and Mac OS X operating system-based computer,
they see error code 0 often. It happens
when we store and access data from the external hard
drive. The problem lies in the file system compatibility
for external memory drives. However, mostly Mac OS X
operating system has these errors and it leads to data
loss as well. But with the increasing demand of external
hard drives, windows operating system is also facing
the same issue. The best way to deal with error
code 0 is to make more and more back-ups.
Moreover, we may try to copy a DMG (Disk Image file
format in Mac OS X) from the external hard drive. Usually,
while copying the files, error code 0
appears. We will not able to copy any file if it exceeds
four gigabyte in size. If we try to open those files
than errors regarding files system and hard disk may
appear. Most of system follows Fat 32 file system and
we attach the same external drive into any other PC,
it comes up with an error code 0.
In order to eliminate error code 0,
we can try to perform data recovery. We can change the
Fat32 to HFS file system. We may try to format the drive
as well. Like wise, recovery software plays an important
role because these are quick, easy and safe. One of
the most famous is Stellar Phoenix Data Recovery, which
is effective tool for data recoveries. It supports Mac
OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.5 Leopard, 10.4 Tiger, and
10.3.9 Panther. It also retrieves lost data from HFS,
HFS+, HFSX, HFS Wrapper, and FAT file system volumes.
We can use it for window systems. That is why error
code 0 is no more valued now days.